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Earths Imminent Orgasm
« on: October 22, 2008, 01:48:33 PM »
We are in the throes of a planerary orgasm.

That was a thought that occurred to me recently whilst looking out of the window of a jet flying over Europe.

Staring through the glass I could just begin to see the curvature of this wonderful planet beneath us. I was amazed at how luminous earth appeared from above. Bright blues and greens seemed to be lit from within against a horizon that faded into darkness. I dont think I'll ever tire of seeing this as long as I live. It is just gobsmackingly beautiful.

Lost in thought and looking through the window I could make out tracks of other aircraft in the sky.
Its quite something to think that large lumps of earths material are now carrying humans off the surface of the planet, only to drop them onto other distant parts of the planets surface. Its amazing to think that this has been happening for only 60-70 years. I mean in the overall life of the planet 60- 70 years is absolutely nothing. Its like a microsecond in the lifespan of the earth so far. As I sat there held in place by a saftey belt this last thought seemed to be a powerful concept. Automatically it got me thinking.

More recently we have had lumps of earths material not just leaving the surface of the planet, but actually penetrating the horizon, escaping gravity and entering into space. This seems to be happening with increased frequency.  The very image of these tiny pieces of the earth flying off into space also makes a big impression on me. Gazing down at the earth from above its just such a profound image. It just seemes so biological. If I imagine the earth as a large plant or organism then this is just the organism shooting seeds off into the external environment. You can see this principle in nature everywhere. I first learnt about this as a child 'blowing the clocks' off dandylion heads and watching bees pollinate flowers as they buzzed around the garden.

So how long will it be before we as humans start wanting to colonise nearby planets? 100 years? 500 years? 1000 years? 
I think these time scales are certainly realistic.
The rate of technological advances we are making is advancing daily. I have lost count now of all the different countries who now have a space program. Only today India has sent a rocket to the moon. So I think that mankinds migration into space is actually quite imminent. Certainly from the point of view of the earths timespan it'll probably happen within the next few seconds.
So as far as the earth is concerned, its happening......................
just about now.

Thinking on.........When it does actually happen, highly organised lumps of material will carry vast amounts of earths DNA structures into space to replicate themselves on a new host body. This is just like basic biology no?

Well if thats the case then the earth is definitely ejaculating right now.
In fact its looking out into space  screaming "I'M COMING".

As I said all this occurred to me on an aircraft flight over Europe as I was looking out of the window. Looking back I remember smiling, just happy to be alive at this moment in earths special time.
Somehow I found it a deeply satisfying notion.
« Last Edit: October 22, 2008, 02:04:10 PM by oldbill4823 »

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Re: Earths Imminent Orgasm
« Reply #1 on: October 22, 2008, 03:10:09 PM »
Wow, one would think that with my perverted mind, I'd find all this quite entertaining.

But I actually don't. I got wonderful news that my sister is pregnant once again, & I'm just so happy. & seeing this thread, I am also just as happy for earth.
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Re: Earths Imminent Orgasm
« Reply #2 on: October 22, 2008, 06:08:00 PM »
People say I'm messed up in the head, and you talk about orgasms on a cosmic scale?!  *<:)

Bill, I'm glad you're a member here, because man, we need this kind of stuff!

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Re: Earths Imminent Orgasm
« Reply #3 on: January 10, 2009, 09:27:14 AM »
yes, there DOES need to be more of these kinds of posts.

It is always a pleasure for me to read topics where
the writer was more than two available brain cells
to come up with a idea or notion.

and Oldest Bill, nice word usage by the way.  :roll: